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    A radical proposal to keep your personal #data safe | Richard Stallman #privacy

    people Orbifx 17 May, 2018

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    Orbifx , arie

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    paulfree14 – Wednesday, 29 November, 2017 - 11:48

    Introduction to Mix Networks and Anonymous Communication Networks by David Stainton
    #privacy

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    Least Authority was formed in 2011 to create freedom-compatible technologies. We are a small team who believe that freedom matters in Internet technology. You can take advantage of online services while retaining control over your own data. We're here to make it easy.

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    What search engines do you suggest friends?

    paulfree14 – Sunday, 26 November, 2017 - 17:21 edit

(remember, one doesn't suggest friends tool that spy on them or exploid them 😜 )

Here are just 3 I have in mind:

searx.me/ opensource meta search engine

#yacy p2p search engine....sounds damn cool, but haven't tested https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/YaCy

#deuSu #opensource and no tracking. Has it's own search index. Yet just a project developes by one person in their spare time (someone adviced it me yesterday) https://deusu.de/

#privacy #searchengine

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    Slack Privacy Policy

    Timothée Jaussoin – Wednesday, 6 January, 2016 - 07:37 edit

For every teams that are using Slack. Be sure that you are ok with the Privacy Policy of the platform.

We may employ third party companies or individuals to process personal information on our behalf based on our instructions and in compliance with this Privacy Policy. For example, we may share data with a security consultant to help us get better at preventing unauthorized access or with an email vendor to send messages on our behalf. We may also share data with hosting providers, payment processors, marketing vendors, and other consultants who work on our behalf.

We may also share aggregated or de-identified information with our partners or others for business or research purposes. For example, we may tell a prospective Slack customer the average number of messages sent within a Slack team in a day or may partner with research firm or academics to explore interesting questions about workplace communications. Again, this policy is not intended to prohibit the disclosure and use of aggregated or de-identified data.

All the communication made with Slack are saved on their servers in a way that they can have access to everything in a quite simple way (including conversation history, files…).

And to clarify the last sentence in bold, if I understand correctly (correct me if I'm wrong) : "this policy allow the disclosure and use of aggregated or identified data (with our partners)".